Foreign media: trump sanctions order affects TikTok US users and employees

Recently, foreign media reported that Trump’s encirclement and suppression of tiktok will have a significant impact on more than 100 million US users, 1500 US employees and tens of millions of tiktok online celebrities. < / P > < p > on August 6, trump issued an administrative order to prohibit individuals or institutions from conducting “any transaction” with byte skipping and subsidiaries after 45 days. Due to the unclear definition of the word “transaction”, some experts said that the U.S. government’s sanctions may include removing tiktok from Apple’s app store and Google play store, banning enterprises from signing agreements with tiktok, and even prohibiting employees from working for tiktok in the United States. For more than 100 million U.S. users, James Lewis, an expert at the center for strategic and international studies in Washington, D.C., believes that if the executive order of August 6 is implemented, users who have already downloaded tiktok can continue to use it, but some functions may fail, and the application may degenerate quickly and become only a shell. < p > < p > Lewis believes that although the app store can be taken off the shelves, the U.S. government can’t order users who have already downloaded the app to delete the app from their mobile phones. Therefore, users who have already downloaded can still open the app to brush videos and create videos, provided that tiktok’s server can continue to send information to the app. If tiktok is removed from the app store, users will not receive the app updates. This may eventually lead to functional failure. If the application does not receive the necessary security upgrades and patches, the user’s equipment will become unsafe. < / P > < p > for tiktok’s 1500 employees in the United States, once Trump’s administrative order takes effect on August 6, they may be banned from continuing to work for tiktok. Patrick Ryan, a tiktok employee in California, has teamed up with lawyers to launch the gofundme campaign, which he hopes will be used to raise money for a court order requiring the government to allow tiktok to pay employees. < / P > < p > What’s more, tens of millions of online celebrities in tiktok community. Many people have successfully started their own businesses with this app. Tiktok celebrities hope fans can continue to follow them on other social media platforms after the executive order takes effect, but they don’t want to leave tiktok unless they have to. < p > < p > the latest tiktok statement said: “administrative orders undermine the trust of global businesses in the commitment to the rule of law in the United States. For decades, the United States has attracted foreign investment by virtue of the rule of law, which has promoted the economic growth of the United States. This administrative order sets a dangerous precedent for violating and opening up the market. ” < / P > < p > no one is sure what will happen in the future, because before trump, no president signed an executive order specifically for an Internet application. Continue ReadingDeveloped a “plug and play” solar power generation scheme, and “5B” won a $12 million round a financing